This weekend is an exciting one for me. First, the first Idiot Pilot show in a very long time is happening here in Bellingham, and then the What's Up Awards, where I am presenting and am also nominated for 5 awards. Anybody who is around town should come and hang out. The awards are being given out on Saturday at The Wild Buffalo. I need me some of these!
Saturday, January 16, 2010
Late night TV has always been dear to my heart, ever since I was getting horrible grades throughout high school from watching Letterman and O'Brien every night and then falling asleep in class. Needless to say, I have been following the whole Tonight Show situation very closely. It's weird to see all of the late night shows referencing each other because for years it seems like they had gone so far out of there way not to, and it's even more unusual to see how many of the Leno and NBC jabs are not the usual softballs getting thrown around, but full-on, pissed off attacks.
I just stumbled across this interview, from just a few days ago, between Jimmy Kimmel and Jay Leno. It's almost jaw dropping how little Kimmel holds back, and it gives me a huge respect for Jimmy. My favorite line, hands down is when Jay innocently asks him the best practical joke he's ever pulled, to which Kimmel responds "I told a guy that five years from now, 'I'm gonna give you my show,' and then when the five years came, I gave it to him and then I took it back almost instantly."
Posted by The Moth at 11:00 AM
Sunday, January 10, 2010
Apparently, John Malkovich has just confirmed that he is going to be playing The Vulture in Spider Man 4, during an interview with an Italian sports show. I really didn't care for the last Spider Man movie, in fact, I would probably describe it as a complete mess, but the idea of this is pretty cool to me. Not really sure which direction they are going to go to make The Vulture an interesting villain seeing as his only real powers are A) flying and B) being pretty strong for and old dude. I really like Malkovich, however. I hope he uses his accent from Rounders. If you haven't seen this movie and plan on doing so (which I recommend that you do), don't watch anything after 0:50.
Posted by The Moth at 11:07 PM
Monday, January 4, 2010
As a gift for all of your continued support in this project, we have decided to present to you a huge set of The Ghost And The Grace ringtones, absolutely and 100% for free. Featured in the folder below you will find a ringtone for each and every of the fourteen songs on the album “Behold! A Pale Horse” (which you can order here) Unfortunately, this will only work for people who have iPhones. If that means you, then simply download this folder and open the files inside, they will automatically appear in the ringtones section of your iTunes. Sync up your phone and “Presto!”, brand new The Ghost And The Grace ringtones to show off to your friends! Thanks again everyone! We love you!
Posted by The Moth at 7:36 PM